Ah, Youth: Tough Times for Start-Up Tool Companies Means Toughing It Out | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 4 - As established and hope-to-be-established companies show off their wares in Bostonat TIGR's annual GSAC meeting this week, entrepreneurs nursing newborn firms or just big ideas gathered on the opposite coast looking for money.

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